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Roscoe Village »

Lane Tech coach Nick LoGalbo is organizing a rally Sunday after his cousin, 18, was shot in the head.

Bronzeville »

The former "failing" school, founded in 1904, finds itself in the state semifinals for the first time.

Chatham »

"It just shows the growth that the Public League is making," Simeon coach Dante Culbreath said.

Lincoln Park »

Lincoln Park's Katie Randolph quests to lead Loyola Academy to its first girls volleyball state crown.

Mt. Greenwood »

Mother McAuley's volleyball champs are featured, with King, Marshall, Carver and Simeon hoops to come.

Archer Heights »

Doug Bartlett, an assistant coach at Curie, hopes to guide the program to a second straight playoff win.

West Loop »

Rick Rysso spent the better part of two years shooting the film, and just released its first trailer.

University Village »

Former "Mr. Basketball" who played for Simeon is now recruiting and coaching for the Flames.

Gold Coast »

It was the Romans' first trip to the state finals since 2011, when they placed 11th.

Washington Park »

Saint Ignatius beat Jones in the first cross-country battle for the Sears, not Willis, Tower Trophy.

West Rogers Park »

Lane Tech alum Louis Trinca-Pasat, of West Rogers Park, learned the value of hard work from his parents.

Woodlawn »

The Greer family has sent four sons to Mount Carmel, where their mom works in the school's cafeteria.

Lincoln Park »

The varsity team has won regionals the past two years, leading to more student interest in the sport.

Belmont Cragin »

Nick Daniels, a Shamrocks player and coach, will be honored before Saturday's game against Lane Tech.

Roseland »

The former Michigan State recruit hopes to finish a full season at Colorado's Fort Lewis College.